# Spring 2 week 3

5 White have had an amazing week! The class have produced some lovely work in English, demonstrating their newly acquired detective story writing skills. They have been a pleasure to read in maths we have come to the end of our multiplication and division module and the children have had a chance to display their knowledge with an active maths session which was enjoyed by all. It’s lovely to see their confidence in this area growing however, we can always look to practise and improve. The visit to the black country museum was a real highlight where the children as always were beautifully behaved as always.

Wonderful week 5 White keep it up.

Mr Kane

Weekend checklist

Homework

Spellings

TTRS

Can you explain the process when multiplying by 2 digit numbers?

1. #### Ismaeel K.

Can you explain the process when multiplying by 2 digit numbers?
First you right the question then circle the the number you are multiplying by first.
After that you add a place holder under the ones colum then you times the numbers in the tens column then add the numbers together then you will hopefully end up with the correct answer.

2. #### Fatimah K.

First you circle the digit in the units column. Then you times the number on top of that by it.For example:
345
62
You do 5×2
Then 4×2
And then 3×2.
After that you have to put a place holder under one square in the ones column to remind me I’m moving on to the tens column.Then you repeat the process. After that you have to add the 2 numbers together.

3. #### Ayaan B.

First circle the ones column then times the top numbers when you have your answer put a zero under the answer to show it’s the tens column and times the numbers with the tens column and when you have the answers add them and that’s the original answer.

Can you explain the process when multiplying by 2 digit numbers?
First, circle the number you will multiply with first. Multiply the number with the ones column. Then underneath put a zero. The start multiplying with the tens column. Finally and the 2 numbers together.